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UNIVERSITY .' OF NORTH CAROLINACHAPEL HILL, N. C, Nov. 14th. 18. , SO. 9.
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Greensboro Athletic Club and Caro
lina try; Conclusions on the
Gridiron. Varsity wins by
a Score of 30 to 0. '
" -'' Considerableinterest.' ! centered in
''this game with Greensboro, for it
: was well known that Her team was
composed of men who, had previous
ly won a reputation in foot-ball; and
in addition were physical giants.
And physical giants they were, our
men seemed mere pigmies beside
-.them, but they sadlyi lacked train
ing 'and knowledge of the game
,u'k Greensboro1 kicks off 40 yard;
and '"Butler advances pig skin 30
yards. : For Greensboro Douglas
goes through tackle' but ball goes
over' on downs. ' .Bennett, tiaywood
' and' Butler make snort gains
through line. ' White again fumbles
Belden gains and Butler dashes
through tackle for the first touch
"down. No goal. Score: Greensboro
O. N. C. 4.
' ' Greensboro kicks 50 yds to Belden
Twhdr punts ,38 ' to Winslow, who
is beautifully tackled by Bennett.
Webster, Devin and Douglas make
' small gains but Gilmer fumbles and
it is Carolina's ball. Belden punts
on "first1 "down, ball going beyond
Greensboro's goal and Best falls on
it for a touchdown. No goal. N.
C. 8 Greensboro 0. ,
Greensboro kicks and 1 Belden re
turns, but ball is fumbled and Ben
nett falls on it. Belden kicks and
Webster is downed bv Rogers but
no gain, oenneti nere uoes some
' ' 'very effective tackling and ball goes
' Mt is ' Greensboro s ballon her ten
'"":,""'yard )inelv''Ball goes over on off
side play,' and" successive rushes by
'' Bennett and 'Butler score a touch
u rdown; Greensboro 0,'N. C. 14.
i , Greensboro kicks and' Belden re
turns?" Devin and Douglas gain but
! ball goes to.Carolina on a fumble
' ' White fumbles but Belden recovers
and'kicks to Douglas. Time is called
' ' ' 'for first half. Score: Greensboro 0
' ' N.C. 14. '
Goal is kicked, score is Greensboro
0, and N. C. 24. ' -; ...
' Greensboro" kicks past Varsity's
goal line. Ball brought back to
twenty-five yard line and Belden
kicks to Devin. Greensboro fails to
gain and ball goes over. Butler,
in the star play of the game, makes
a beautiful run of seventy yards for
a touchdown. Belden 'kicked goal.
Score: Greensboro 0, Varsity 30.
Time is called although ten minutes
of play remained.
The teams line up as follows:
It. H. B.
Umpire, Mr. Whitaker, Referee, Dr. Bask
erville; Time-keepers, Messrs. Martin and
' Best . " '
Meeting of the Mitchell Society,
In the second half the
v comes more fierce and it looks as if
Greensboro will score. Belden
' kicks off and 1 Devin, Webster and
1 Douglas' make big' gains through
' Carolina's, line. Joyner's offside
play gives Greensboro ten yards
and the line rushing begins "anew.
Greensboro bucks fiecely'and a score
seemed certain when Gilmer fum
bles and Belden recovers. Hay
wood makes long run through end
and Rogers gains 12 yards on a
fumbe:;,, Havwood trains and But-J
ler goes over for touchdown. Bel
den misses goal. Score: Greens
boro 0, N. C. 18.
From Greensboro kick off Bel
den and White by double pass gain
fifty yards.1 Butler and Haywood
'make'gbod ."gains and White by a
double pass makes, a beautiful run
of twenty yatd for a touchdown.
The regular monthly meeting of
the ISlisha Mitchell Scientific Soci
ety was held Tuesday night The
following papers were read:
Dr. Venable, Development of
the Atomic Theory. Dr. Venable
reviewed the work of Prout, Du
mas and others, and explained Doe-J
bereiher's Triads and Cooke's for
mulas. Every chemist had the
same object, viz: the systemitization
of elements, but almost every man
endeavored to accomplish his aim
bv different means. The Law of
Octaves was an approach to the
modern view and was followed by
an announcement of the Periodic
Law by Mendeleeff, a Prussian
chtmist. ' It is interesting to know
that Dr. Gibbs, of a South Carolina
College, worked out this same theo
ry independently for himself. Dr.
Venable has given thesubject special
study and as a result of years of re
search his new book, The Develope
men't of the Periodic Law, was re
Prof. Cobb read the last paper of
the evening on "Additions to Chap
el Hill Minerals" A long timeChap
el Hill was only credited with seven
minerals. Prof. Cobb and his field
classes have added at least fifteen
more to this list. These minerals
are mostly found in fault on south
side of town, at the old iron mine,
at Mt. Bolus and the old volcano.
Both papers were freely discussed
by the different members present.
While the Varsity team was in
Virginia-struggling against the pig
skin chasers of Hampton, the Fresh
man team, aspiritur to unattainable
heights of greatness, was endeavor
ing with all its little miyht and
strength to overcome the Seniors.
In the 1st half the battle waged
not and hard, tlie ball remaining
most of the time in the centre 'of the
field, although the goals of both
teams were threatened more than
once, in tlje second half both teams
began to play harder and with more
determined efforts. -;
With only five minutes to play,
neither side having scored, the
Fresh attempt a goal by a drop kick
from the field. -
Carolina Meets the Strong Hamp
ton Eleven and Loses by a
Score of 18 to 0.
' On last Saturday, one thousand
people witnessed the game between
Carolina and the eleven of the Hamp
ton. Athletic Club. At no time was
the game in doubt, , the only ques
tion being the size ot the score.
Carolina showed up rather weak
when opposed by the team of pro
fessionals now playing for Hamp
ton. They bucked our line and gain
ed around our ends with equal facil
The two touchdowns in the first
half were made through centre, the
Manager McEmory, of the Penn
sylvania team, was unsuccessful
in arranging two more games with
Lafayette. Coach Davis, of . the
Lafayette team, claimed that his
team had as many hard games as
they could play and insisted that
no more be scheduled.
Come and see the Soph-Fresh
sluggers on Saturday afternoon.
We hear that the Junior
team is to play with Davis School
and the State A. & M.
Woodard f; lis back and attempts two of the last half were made by
kick, which would certainly have long runs around the ends.
been successful, when big Wright The game was called at 3:30 and
rushes through, blocking the kick; consisted of , two thirty minute hal-
the ball in the meanwhile bouncing ves. The day was an ideal One and
into Crinkley's arms. ' the beautiful Hampton ladies added
Weeoinir. wailinf. worn and de- further inspiration to both rooter
jected, the Freshmen; giving vent and player. Our team was defeat-
toaheavy sigh, see their hopes fade ed, but they claim thev pleasantest
away as Crinkley flies on the wings trip ever enjoyed by a football team.
of evening straight throug-h the They were shown the many points
Freshman goal posts. ' of interest about Hamption, were
But after all the Freshmen did friven a banauet and' dance and in
do well; they actually held the Se- fact enjoyed a swell time generally.
niors down to 4 to 0. If all this dissipation had occured
Don't be discouraged little boys, before the game we would claim it
brace up and maybe the Sophomores as a cause of our defeat.
will have oitv on vou and onlv dou- We rerret that we are unable to
ble your score. . urive our readers a detailed occount
Allen, lviauirum ana isoaaie plav- ot the srame
ed by far the best game for the Se- as follows
niors. The tackling of Kluttz, Hampton.
however, deserves special mention. Sinclair,
For the Freshmen Spencer olav- Small,
ed a beautiful game, putting energy Hulj'.
into every, plav. bhurord and
Woodard did well at half-back.
The teams lined up
. L. P.
R. E. ,
Q. B. v
. R. II. B.
1. II. B.
L. E. - " White,
L. T. Wright (Capt).
L. G. ' , . Neville,
C. . Joyner,
K. G. Carson,
R. E. (Seagie,
II. E. Rogers,
Q. B. Green,
Armstrong(Capt.), R.H.B. Moore,
Bickford,. , P. B. . , , Belden.
Umpire, Hugh Henery; Referee, Lieuten
ant Timberlake; Linesmen, Lieutenants Ly
an and Walte.
Class Championship Games.
d) Juniors vs Sophomores, 10
(2) Seniors vs Freshmen, 4 -0.
(3) Seniors vs Juniors. 18-0.
(4) "Meds" vs winner of (3), Nov.
21st, for championship of college.
(5) Sophs, and Fresh. Nov. 14. '
(6) Loser of (3) vs winner of (5),
Unless the teams ha'e already
played each other, in which case the
winner of the game already played
shall be declared the victor of (6)
(7) Loser of (4) vs winner of (6),
Nov. 24, for second place in college.
John II. Andrews, .'97.
Percy Whitaker, '98.
K. A. Nunn, '99.
G. Woodard, '00 ,
Geo. Kirby, Meds.
The first game of the undergrad-.
uate series was played Friday after
noon, November 6th. .
The game was hotlv contested"'
from the start to the finish. The
Juniors had little difficulty in win
ning, however, for the Sophomores
snoweu ine juck oi Litiirnii. x uc
enthusiasm at this first game was
marked and gratifying. Two touch
downs with one goal by the Juniors
is the story of the scoring during '
the game. ' ;
The teams lined up as follows:
Gold (Capt.), R. E. . Hardin.
Abbott, R. T. Patterson.
Parker, R. G. Sykes.
Brogden, . . C. Gorrell.
Simpson, ' L. G. Kittrell. t
Walker, L. T. . . Swink.
Best, L. E, Dagfet.
Follin, , Q. B.' Host.
Pinnix (Sams) L. H. B. Davis.
Johnston, R. II. P. Harris.
Whitaker, F. B. Winston (Capt).
Substitutes: For Juniors, osciie, anu
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Webb; for Sophomores. KlUot ana dudu.
Drs. Ball and Baskerville, and Mr. Webb,
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