THE .OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA' CHAPEI HILL, N. C, APRIL 18, 1896.
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I The first game with Hobart on out to short, and Johnson is out on
Friday afternoon April 10, resulted strikes. .Score 4 to 6.
h. a victory for the Varsity by the
core of 16 to 14.
f Score by innings.
kobart 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 6 3 14.
Varsity 2 0 4 0 0 5 5 0 x 16.
I The final score is scarcely an index
lo the character of the game, as the
Visitors oiled up 10 runs in their
last three innings on Stephens
fwildness. careless rjlavine' by the
arsity and timely hitting by Ho
The game in detail is as follows.
First inning. For Hobart Schoeu-
hut gets a base on balls, reaches
second on Stanly's fumble of Case's
hit, and scores on Hooker's hit over
second. Choinard gets a base on
balls. Scofield fouls out to Bailey
and Carr is out from second to first,
Case scoring. V orhis hits to sec
ond and is out at first.
Sianly gets a base on balls, and
steals second. Winston is m out
from catcher to first, Stanly going
to third whence he scores on a short
passed ball. Gregory gets a base
on Daiis, ana steals second, un
wild throw home ot Uailev s sale
hit to left Gregory scores, Bailey
takiag third. Stephens is out from
second to first and Brem flies out to
left. Score Hobart 2, Varsity 2.
Ewing is out from Johnson to
Winston ;TuIITsTetTfefi ifomTaffcg
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ory to Winston ana cjcnoennut is
out from third to first.
Johnson fails to find the .ball
Graham is out from third to first
by Schoenhut's pretty stop. Pear
sail gets a base on balls, and reach-
,es second on wild pitch. Schoenhut
makes a nice catch of Stanly's foul
' Score 2 to 2.
Third inning. Case nies out to
Stephens' and Hooker is out from
Gregory to Winston. Choinard
reaches first on Johnson's error.but
Scofield strikes out
Winston hits a beauty to right,
Gregory and Bailey are given bases
on balls. Stephens flies out to
Winston scores on infield
game is over,
16, Hobart 14.
Stephc tis if
oixui inning: uarr taps up a
foul which is g-athered in by John
son. Stanly gets Vorhis' fly and
Bailey does the same for Ewing's
Uraham mts to hrst and is out
Pearsall cracks a safe one to left
Winston bangs a hot one to "Tor
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naao wno rum Dies and Winston is
oniirst. Gregory waltzes up to
the plate with a vicious look in his
eye, picks out a good one and drops
it in right, Pearsall and Stanly
scoring. A moment later "Wince"
scores on a wild throw to third
Gregory gets third on passed ball chohnrd2b
and scores on Bailey's beautiful hit
to rigfht. Stephens hits by second
Bailey scores on Brem's nice sin
le to right. Brem steals second,
Johnson is out on strikes and Gra
ham ends the inning by putting a
fly in Vorhis hands. Score 4 to 11
Seventh inning, fcitepliens goes
into the box, Belden to left. Tull
hits to Slepli i-ns is out. Schoenut
draws four bad ones, but is forced
out at second on Carr's hit to Win
ston. "Tornado" steals second,
. -t 1 I 4 1
goas to tiiira on wna throw ana
scores on Hooker's- corking- single
over second. Choinard bunts ball
which hits him and Carolina' is at
to left. Vorhis and Tull
Hooker hits to Gregory, who
juggles the ball and Case scores
Choinard hits to Brem and the
AB R IB PO A E
4 3 1 4 1 1
6 3 2 11 1 1
3 4 1 1 4 1
4 3 3 6 0 1
5 12 12 0
5 1 2 0 0 1
5 0 0 2 2 3
4 0 1.0 0 0
2 0 0 0 0 0
2 11 0 2 0
40 16 13 26 12 8
3 2 0 1 2 0
5 4 1 7 1 1
6 0 2 0 1 0
5 0 0 1 4 1
4 Oil 0 0
4 11 10 4
5 3 3 3 0 0
4 1 0 2 ' 0 0
5 3 2 8 0 0
41 14 10 24 8 6
Earjied runs, N. C. 8, Hobart 3,
Two-base hits, Vorhis 2.
Hone run, Stephens.
Base on balls, Pearsall 3,
Struck out by Pearsall 1,
Hit by pitched ball Stanly.
Hit by batted ball Choinard.
Stolen baset Stanly 3, Gregory 3,Bailey 3,
Stephens.Breui, Pearsall, Schoenhut,Case 2,
Hooker, Choinard, Carr, Vorhis, Ewing- 2,
Tull. : .
Double play, Stanly to Winston.
Umpires Williams of N. C. and Watson,
Belden makes three vicious swipes
at the ball and takes his seat on the
bench. Stanly hit by pitched ball,
and steals second. Winston gfets
a bunt hit. Gregory gfets a base
and IsaiJev s hit to right scores
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The Second Game.
The second game against Hobart
last Saturday resulted in another vic
tory for the Varsity by a score 12 to
This arame was a better exhibition
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otaniy ana Winston, ocepnens of base ball than the first ame both
stepped up to the rubber, picks out a teams playing steadily and with spirit
though the game was by no means
First inning. Schoenhut is safe at
first on Winston's muff of Johnson's
throw. Case flies out to -Stanly, and
Graham, making a pretty catch of
Hooker's drive, throws out at the plate
by a nice throw.
Stanly gets a base on balls and steals
second and third. Winston fails to
find the balls, and Gregory walks to
nice one and lands it over
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Held lence. While tne people in
Western N. C. are hunting for the
ball, Bailey, Gregory and Stephens
score. 5rem oeats out a slow hit
Johnson flies out to center and Gra
ham to left.
Ewht inninsr. Schofield hits to
Grex and is out. Tornado get
a single, steals seeond and scores on
hit of Brem's being fielded home too v orms sinle 10 lett win reacil" first on balls. Bailey is out on strikes
late. Johnson hits to second and es farst on btanly s error. 1 ull and Brem is out from second to first
is out at first Gregory scoring sing"ie.s t0 right, vornis scores on Second inning. Choinard hits to
r i a ifj. f..n cfs. wild pitch and a similar move puts Winston and is out. Schofield flies out
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and lands sate at third on JLSailey's aroun now biaua FnixiS lucm uF.
wild throw to Johnson. Tull scor- Graham flies cut to left, but John
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., . A r, , , strikes. Stanly.Wmston and Gregory
suu dUU w . " . now follow each with a safe hit and
nhut and Case scoring. Choinard Johnsoll) Belden, Stanly and Winston
fans the air thrice. Scofield bangs score bailey retires the side ' on
a sale one into center. xornaao strikes
breaks his back over three "draps , In the third mninfr Hobart fails to
and is out. cross the plate but on Stanly's two
Belden makes first on error of bagger and Gregorys hit to center,
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c-r,rl fttnnlv nut H- ,1 hit to Carolina scores another run. mere
Hooker, and Winston does likewise. was no scoring in the fifth inning,the
Gregory hits to second but does
not make first.
Ninth inning. Vorhis gets a two-
bagger. Ewing fails to hind the
ball. Tull hits to Stanly who funi-
allowing Vorhis to reach
Schoenhut's fly is gathered
ny to lett iaus
Stanly strikes out.
4, N. C. 0.
Fourth inning. Carr fouls out to
catcher. Vorhis hits a nice two
base hit over third, and Ewing gets
a base on balls. Gregory touches
out Vorhis on Tull's hit to him
bchoenunt s lone ny to JJrem is
muffed and Vorhis and Tull score.
Winston captures Case's fly.
Winston is out from second to
first, but Gregory is safe on short's
error. Bailey flies out to right,
'and Gregory is thrown out trying
for second. Score 4 to 6.
Fifth inning. Hooker is safe on
Johnson's error, but is forced at
second on Choinard's hit to Pear
sall. Srofipld flies out to Stanly bles
and n rIniiVil nlav rpRtilt.pd lipfore third.
center, and Winston's sacrifice hit to
first. In Hobart's' half of the inning
they scored five runs on two bases on
balls, a double by Schoenhut, a single
by Case and a sacrifice hit by Hooker
and Schofield. Graham's two bagger
was of no avail for N. C. in the eight.
Hobart scored their last run in the
eight on a base on balls and a pretty
double by Choinard. The ninth in
ning did not help Hobart, . and the
game is over by a star catch by Brem.
Score Hobart 10, N. C. 12.
V AB R IB PO A E
Stanly ss 4 3 3 2 2 2
Winston lb 5 2 2 6 0 1
Greg-ory 2b 4 1 3 4 2 1
Bailey c 5 5 1 14 1
Bremcf 4 10 4 10
Graham rf 5 0 1 4 11
Johnson 3b 5 1 1 2 0 1
Belden If 4 1110 0
Hill p 4 2 2 9 1 0
40 12 14 57 7 7
Schoenhut 3b 6 1 2 2 0 0
Case c 3 3 1 9 11
Hooker lb 5 2 1 0 0 0
Choinard 2b 4 2 2 2 0 1
Scofield If 5 0 2 1 0 0
Carr ss 5 0 2 0 1 0
Vohis p 4 0 0 0 2 1
Warsou rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Skinner rf ' 2 9 0 0 0 0
Tull 2b 2 2 0 1 3 1
36 10 10 24 '7 4
Earned runs. N. C. 7, Hobart 2.
Struk out by Hill 3, by Vorhis 9.
Passed balls Case 1, Bailey .
Bases on balls, Hill 4, Vorhis 3.
Double plays, Graham to Bailey, Stanly
to Gregory to Winston.
Stolen bases, Stanly 2, Gregory, Kailey,
Brem 2, Case, Hooker 2, Scofield, Tull.
Umpire," Williams, WaUou and St '..u-i.
Choinard could get back to first. I in by Stanly. Case swipes a beauty
feature being a neat double from short
to second by Hobart. In the sixth in
ning N. C. scored four more runs on
sine-les bv Hill and Winston, a two-
bagger by Gregory and a hit by Bai
ley. Hobart's half resulted in a goose
Two runs were added in the seventh
on hits by Hill and Stanly, an error by
Tno Glea Club. i
The clubs left Chapel Hill in
company with the team on Monday
morning, and gave their first con
cert in Winston ior the benefit ot
the Twin-City Hospital. Their sec
ond concert was in Greensboro on
Tuesday night, at Bogart Hall.
At both places they met with suc-
cess, singing to gooti nouses; aim
they deserved to do so, as their per-
ormance was of a high order, the
mandolin and banjo solos of Messrs.
Dey and Lake being especially en-
After their concert in Winston,
the clubs and the team were ten
dered a very pleasant reception by
he Twin-City Club. It was en-
oyed to the fullest, and many were
the struggles before the team could
be pulled away to bed.
The boys are loud in their praise
of the hospitality and pretty girls
they met in the Twin City; and no
doubt few future seasons will pass
without another visit to this pleas
ant town. May they all accept our
President's invitation and give us
the pleasure of returning their hos
pitality. Dr. Hume will lecture in Wash-
ing, D. J. on iiprii zutn. ueiuie uic
National Congress of Religious Ed-
ucation. The theme assigned mm
is "Education in the family."
The Mask and Wig Club of the
University of Penn. will give a per
formance at New Haven. The pro
ceeds will go towards repleting the
treasury of one of Vale's most needy