THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF SORT H CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, March 29th. 1898.
TRINITY SHUT OUT.
Six to "Nit."
Wednesday was an ideal basebal
day, and one of the largest crowds ev-
er gathered on tne Atnietic iark was
out to take advantage of it. The ex
tra train from-Durham arrived at 2 p
in,, bringing the'Trinity team and a
crowd of rooters bothjfor 'the ' arsi
ty and for the Trinity boys. The
hearts of all the University boys were
made-glad'at the sight of a number o
the fair sex flying "white and blue,'
who had come over from Durham to
see "Carolina play ball."
Immediately upon the opening of the
gate there was a tremendous rush for
the grand stand, and very soon the
bleachers were filled with baseball en
thusiasts. At 3:45 Mr. Sol Mason, of
Durham, called the game with Caroli
na at the bat.
The game opened with Rogers up.
He fails to find the ball and is thrown
out at first. Winston takes the bat
amid cheers from the grand stand. He
lines out a hot one to Crawford and
makes first. He makes second on Mc
Kee's bunt and they both score on Bel
den's three bagger to left. Amid tre
mendous-applause Belden scores on
wild throw to third. Lawson strikes
out and Woodard retires the side by
hitting to shortstop and being thrown
out at first.
Trinity comes' to the bat and gives
Carolina a scare by getting the bases
full, Johnson on thirh, Card on second
and Anderson on first. Chambers hits
to. shortstop and Johnson is thrown out
at home. North up and hits to Law-
son, who makes pretty one hand stop,
cutting off Card at home. Nicholson
hits to second and out at first, retiring
side amid applause. Score, N. C. 3 ;
Second Inning. Carolina at bat.
Hume hits to left and makes third on
North's error, scoring on wild throw.
Gwaltney hits out to Card in centre,
Williams hits to Chambers and out at
first. Rogers hits to pitcher and makes
first on Nicholson's error. Winston
hits to second and out at first. Trinity
at bat and Bohannon hits out from
third to first a'nd Deaver fails
to find the ball. Crawford hits to
short and makes first on Woodard's
error. ' Gets second on fast ball. John
son hit by pitched ball, takes first but
Card retires the side by hitting to
pitcher, who throws him out at first.
Score, N. C. 1, Trinity. 0.
Fifth Inning. Carolina at bat. Mc
Kee hits out to North in left. Belden
hits long fly to left and North makes I
a star catch. Lawson up and hits sate
to right. McKee takes his place and
goes to second on wild pitch. Wood
ard hits a beauty three-bagger to
right, scoring McKee. Hume fans and
Trinity comes to the bat again. An
derson hits to third and makes first on
Hume's error. Chambers hits to Win
ston who throws to second but fails to
catch Anderson. Chambers on first.
North hits to first and Winston makes
a fine throw to third, putting out An
derson. Nicholson fans and Bohannon
is out from Woodard to Winston.
Score, N.. C. 1 ; Trinity, 0.
Fourth Inning. Carolina up. Gwalt
ney hits to third and makes first on
Crawford's error. Williams bunts and
Gwaltney is out at second. McKee
takes Williams' place, goes to second
on JohnsonVerror and makes third on
past ball by catcher. Rogers hits foul,
which 'Chambers in a beautiful play
takes in. McKee scores on wild pitch
Winstonfhits.to Johnson and is out at
first. Trinity at bat. Deaver out
from Lawson to Winston. Crawford
fans and Johnson is outHrom Belden
Fifth Inning. Carolina up. McKee
pops out to Crawford. Belden fans and
Lawson is out irom Anderson to Nich
olson who 'makes a pretty Gpick up
Trinity at bat.jTJCard out from short
to first. Anderson Cout. on foul to
Gwaltney and Chambers retires side by
ground ball to Winston. Score, N. C,
0 ; Trinity, 0.
Sixth Inning. Carolina comes to
bat. Woodard hits out to right. Hume
hits out to Card and. Gwaltney retires
side on pop fly to Johnson. North up
for Trinity and out to Belden. Nich
olson hits the wind three times. Bo
hannon goes to first on Woodard's er
ror and Deaver retires side on ground
ball to Winston. Score, N. C, 0; Trin
Seventh Inning. Williams strikes
out but yoes to second on wild
throw by catcher. Rogers hits out to
pitcher. Winston hits to Johnson who
makes a pretty stop, throwing him out
at first. McKee fans. Trinity up.
Crawford out from Lawson to Win
ston. Johnson out on pop to Woodard
and Card retires side on three hits at
the wind. Score, N. C, 0; Trinity,
Eighth Inning. Belden takes bat
and hits safe over second but is caught
stealing second. Lawson and Wood
ard retire side. Anderson for Trinity
gets first on Belden's error. Chambers
hits to Woodard who throws out An
derson at second. Chambers makes
first. North hits to Lawson and a
double from Lawson to Belden to Win
ston retires side. Score, N. C, 0; Trin
Ninth Inninng. Hume takes bat for
Carolina and is out on bunt. Gwalt
ney hits safe over short and goes to
second on Chambers' wild throw. Wil
liams and Rogers fan. Trinty takes
her last chance, but they can't find
Lawson and a goose-egg awaits them.
Nicholson is out from Woodard to
Winston. Bohannon out from Hume
to "Dicey." Deaver hits to Woodard
who makes fine stop and throws him
out at first. Score, N. C, 0; Trini
The game is over with a score for
Carolina "six" and Trinity "nit."
It was a pretty game, free from row
dyism and kicking. Mr. Mason makes
an excellent umpire, proving satisfac
tory to all. Johnson played the star
game for the visitors, while the bat
tery work of Carolina and Winston s
playing at first were the leatures lor
the 'Varsity. Carolina's coolness and
headwork in tight places was extreme
ly gratifying to her backers.
Belden led the batting at 500.
The following- is the "line up" of the two
U N C AB R IstB SH PO A E
Rogers, C F 5
Winston, lB,(Capt) 3 1 1 14 2
McKee, LF 3 1
Belden, 2 B 422 3 32
Lawson, P 4 11
Woodard, S S . 4 1 1 S3
Hume, SB 4 11 '1 3 1
Gwaltney, C 3 18
Williams, RF 3 1
Total, 34 6 6 1. 27 13 0
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WAKE FOREST vs vl-UNIVERSITY.
; Twenty-eight to one.
Friday was a cold cloudy day but
the disagreeableness of the weather
did not prevent a good crowd of
rooters from turning out to see Car
alina administer to Wake Forest
the worst drubbing ever given to a
team on this diamond. ,
The "heavy sluggers and hard-
hitters'' from Wake Forest brim
ming over with confidence had come
to tfie Hill to well, only to have
their fondest hopes shattered and
their expectations cast to the wind
by the 'Varsity boys.
Carolina put up the game of her
life and never did her opponents
play in her class.
Roy Williams called the game
promptly at 3:30 with Carolina at
Rogers was called up to the
"stick" but Camp fielded his ball
well and threw him out at first.
Then came Winston who started
thsit heavy pounding of "Big Injun"
which stopt only when the last man
waS out. "Dicey" hit safe to right
and scores on McKee's pretty three
bagger to centre. Belden hits to
short and makes first on Camp's
error McKee scoring. Lawson hits
safe to left, he and Belden scoring
on Wbbdard's hit over second.
Hume fans and is followed by
Graves who hits a beauty two bag
ger to centre scoring Woodard.
Tate strikes out.
Wake Forest trots in and sends
her heaviest hitter to the bat who
pops out to Hume. Reid hits to
third, Hume slips on wet ground,
and Reid gets to first. Edwards
hits to third and Hume throws Reid
out at second. Cogjrins g-ets first,
hit by pitched ball, and Norfleet re
tires side by hitting to Belden.
Score; N. C, 5 W. F., 0.
2nd inning Carolina at the bat.
Rogers out from short to first.
Winston out on foul. McKee hits
safe to centre. Belden hits to third
and goes to third on wild throw,
McKee scoring. Lawson hits to
third, makes first on error, and Bel
den scores. Lawson steals third
and crosses plate on passed ball.
Woodard hits out to Edwards.
Wake Forest in Sams, II . hits
nice two bagger to left. Williams
strikes out. Sams. O. hits to pitch
er and Sams, H. scores. Camp
strikes out and Honey cutt goes out
on foul to Graves.
Score; N. C.,3 W. F.,1.
3rd inning Carolina trots in for)
her third time at the bat but fails
to score. Hume bunts safe to first,
but Graves, Tate and Rogers retire
the side in one, two, three or
der. Wake Forest tries again. Reid
hits to Belden who makes, pretty
catch. Edwards gets his base on
balls. Coggins hits to Tate and
goes to first on error. Norfleet out
to Belden, and Sams, H. fans.
Score; N. C., 0 W. F., 0.
4th inning Carolina again adds
to the score. Winston lines out a
beauty to left and is sacrificed to
second bT McKee. Belden cracks
out a two bagger to centre scoring
"Wince". Lawson fans and Bel
den scores on a pretty three bagger
by Woodard. Hume out from short
Wake Forest up Williams out
from Woodard to Winston. Sams,
O. hits safe over second and Camp
fans. Honeycutt hits to Hume who
makes grand-stand catch bringing
forth great applause.
Score N. C. 2 W. F.,0
5th Inning. Carolina in. Graves
hits out to Curtis. Tate hits safe
to first. Rogers hits to pitcher who
throws Tate outat second, Rogers
going to third thi wild' throw.
Winston hits safe to right, scoring
Rogers. McKee hits safe to first.
Winston scores on Belden's hit to
centre. Lawson lines out a drive
to left and Belden adds another run
to the score. Woodard hits out to
Wake Forest tries her hand again,
but Reid, Edwards, and Coggins
go out in one two three order.
Score: N. C. 3; W. F. 0.
6th Inning. Carolina's picnic.
Hume makes first on prettiest bunt
of season. Graves hits out to centre
and Tate follows with safe hit to
same place. Rogers hits to pitcher,
gets first on error. Hume and Tate
score while Rogers goes to third
and scores on passed ball. Winston
drives a pretty one to left and goes
to second on McKee's safe bunt.
Belden out to left. Lawson hits to
centre sen ing Winston and McKee
in home. Woodard and Hume both
hit safe to centre and Lawson comes
in. Graves hits to Sams, O., who
muffs and Woodard scores. Hume
scores on throw to second and Tate
hits out to Edwards.
Wake Forest again tries her luck
but its the same old story. Norfleet
hits to Tate, out at first. Sams
fans the wind thrice. ' Williams hits
a hot one through Hume and takes
second. Sams, O., fans.
Score; N. C, 8; W. F., 0.
7th Inning. Rogers goes out from
Camp to Norfleet, who makes pret
ty stop. Winston and McKee out
Camp for Wake Forest hits one
from Tate to Winston and Honey
cutt hits to Woodard who makes a
pretty catch. Reid hits to Hume
who throws to first but Reid is safe;
however, he is caught napping on
second and retires the side.
Score: N. C. 0; W. F. 0.
8th Inning. Belden gets to first
on Sams' error. Lawson hits safe
to left. Woodard hits to Edwards
and makes first, scoring Belden.
Lawson caught off second. Hume
fouls out to catcher. Graves is hit
by pitched ball, and Tate retires
side from Williams to Norfleet.
Wake Forest at bat. Edwards
out to Rogers in centre. Coggins
hits safe to right and steals second.
Norfleet hits out to Winston who
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