THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. CM MAY, 2nd. 1896.
CAROLINA KOWHJVKI !!
We Win from Virginia by Superior Scientific Base Ball.
Umpiring Fair and Satisfactory. ' . Score 14 to 6.
Boom Rah! Bwoni Rah!
Car o li na.
The"; Carolinians were on top.
They arrived in Danville on Friday,
the 24th. at 1:40 and were in it
from the start. That afternoon
they put up a very pretty practice
on the Danville Diamond where the
great game was won.
The Virginians arrived on : rH
day night and at the sight of them,;
the Carolinians put on a more de
termined look and prepared to .do
or die. Saturday morning was
dark and cloudy and it looked like
more hard luck for Manager Car
michael. But the Fates were kind
and about noon the clouds sailed
mvinff us a rjretty afternoon.
im,p N O. bovs were also much
i' o-rieved that their star first base
man was sick and in bed, but with
iun Arittitia- of the clouds, he, too
Lilt Ui"!""l5 ,1
11 j itiz-l r.a.me upon the
field with grit enough to stick un
til the frame was ended.
n v, fif1d. the Virginia team
was first and they did good snappy
work. But they were ecnpseu ,u
1- WUo Carolinians were
there to do their best and they did
Mnno-Pr Tilton. ot Virginia, re
Tf we could 'nt beat that
teamj'd take the boys right back to
rwint.tcsville." Well, --neicius"
Wcf who lauchs last"
The game with the exception of
Virginias fielding was supeiu,
hv sunerior batting, field-
: ,1 hasr running. The infield
i.' i wr rn.me than the one
against Yale, and the out field de-
mrh credit for their goou
......n Th. h.ntterv work
snappy win. , -
Wn fir... and especially at cntica
,V,rM1iev work together.
muuituk.-' j . .
. Theime was worthy ot the
team whose record for the Spring of
'9G will always be remembered.
field amid hurrahs from their many
Fred Pearsall smiled when the
umpire called three balls and he
smiled still more when McGuire sat
down, out on strikes. Then Mar
shall gave Grex a "pod-up" and
Dillard retires the side at first on
Johnson's pretty throw.
Stanly came up , from short and
let an easy one hit him and ofcourse
stole second. Winston flew out to
Dillard and Gregory made a sacri
fice hit advancing- "Cap" to third
Bailey gave Hoxton a hot one
which he threw wild to first, as
Stanly. -crossed the plate, scoring
mir nrst. run. Marshall causfht
Brem's foul fly.
ger to right. Bailey bunts safely put- ver the plate and "Gr
ting Gregory on " third and then "Fletch" follow him whei
cfo-iic: Rrpm o-p ts; first on nuts' one over second. Graham
ii r ..j i- j r 4- Unrta I rmc- f THir1 nii Wli i fa Wt-'r 's hit and
aiiempx LO put VJlcyui wu i, at univ,. i wv.- v
Graham s two bagger to leu scores wneu iviarsnau manes a yw.
sends Bailey over the plate and throw to catch Whitaker. Johnson
Rrpnin ml Graham io low him on hits salely, vvuitaker scores auu
Whitaker' s hit. Johnson flies out Johnson lands on second. Hill
to Dillard and Pearsall strikes out. takes Pearsall' tunc at the bat and
Fourth inning: Marshall got a flics out to Kern. Stanly's two
safe one to third but goes out at bagger sends Johnson home with
second on JJillard s grounder, un- tne sixtn run ami vvhlui. lum.
. - . I . M -I t 1 i 1 . .-i.
inrd rpnls second, sroes to third ou the side lv a grounuei 10 snon.
y-. ' ..i . j i. ,1 ..,. y;. ii '.! TCiii-i-i TVTrf mire
liaf nett s out at ursi, auu swics uu i ot(e ""'( j.vm
' liit.. Ronnev ends the in- and Marshall can not do. more than
JL-fc.V-. - ----- - j j
,54-v. a o-rnimrW to Gretrnrv. strive three flies to Greerorv, VV hitn-
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otaniy is oui nom uuawu tviivci tu.vi u.uii
P.nr'h rati. Winston ffives Garnctt
a fly. Gregory makes a hit but dies
at second on Bailey's grounder.
E. C. GREGORY.
Sfimnd iuninsr. Garnett goes out,
fttanl v to Winston and Hoxton hits
a pop-fly to "Grex." Bonney drives
1 ijt 1
it for three bases but dies at tmru
,t,o , Rtatilv takes in McKim s
Graham is out from McGuire to
Cochran and Whitaker on a foul to
11. Johnson and Pearsal
walk to first but Pearsall is out a
second on Stanly's grounder.
Third inning. One, two, three for
Cochran and llern pop
,,tv flio to Stanly and Johnson, and
McGuire goes out easily on a ground-
S. H. HILL.
Fifth inning: McKim hits safely
to left 'but he and Cochran succumb
to a pretty double play from Stanly
r-r r 1
tn Winston. Kern gets ursi on
Carolina's only error, Johnson's
wild throw to first, but McGuire re
tires the side with a drive to Gra
r. L. PEARSALL
McGuire ffoes to right field and
f T,nr.Wfttt in r the ' box. But he
gets poor support and is rather
wild. Gregory starts off with a
flv to Lockett. Bailev "draws a base
who throws wild to second, advan-
tuwA "aritl Brem to
second. Cochran's error puts Gra
ham on first, Bailey scoring. Gra-
i,o. OI,ic tpmnr! and Brem scores
on Marshall's passed ball. Whit
aker goes out from McKim to Codi-
l,f Tnhnson hitssately, scounf-
hpant.iful catch r T-Tvfrm fhrows Hill out
1J1CU1 wm "I - I VTI (Lljaiii.
of a foul fly by Garnctt Graham at firs1
lets four bad ones go by and steals
second. Whitaker's hit puts him on
WH Whiaker is out at second on
Johnson's grounder. Johnson steals
eprnnH and Pearsall walks to first.
Three men on bases, but Stanly
. . r i
has hard luck and is out on a ioui
Sixth inning. Marshall hits safe
Dillard's grounder to Pearsall
retires him. Garnett gets to first
' nr. a hit to center and Hoxton gets
! first bv a ball in the ribs. Bonne)
' J . 1IM 'i
drove a long one to center out vv nit
nlr''r nulls it down by a long run,
! VTn rshall scoring on the hit. McKim
V,ts saf el v. scoring Garnett, and
Cochran flies out to Gregory.
CAPT B. E. STANI2.
At 4:10 Umpire Heydler called the
game and the Carolinians took the
T H. BAILEY.
But Carolina is in it.
J. D. WHITAKER.
Winston gets hit with the ball Eighth tn
and Gregory forces him to second
witv, a base on balls. And then the
slaughter began. Bailey hits safe
But Carolina is in it. " 7 ,.-fills. up the bases. Brem
Dillard flies out to
Gregory, Garnett hits safely and
Hoxton gets first on an attempt to
catch Garnett at seconu.
hits safely, scoring Garnett. .Vc
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