THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, April 5th, 1898.
WAKE FOREST vs
Seven to one.
Sixth Inning Hines in substitut
ed tor Hume and Cog-gins goes in
dox lor Wake Forest. Norfleet out
at first. Wake Forest gets tw
men on bases but Lawson strikes
the next two out.
Iyoo-cts out at first. Winston
The " '.Varsity Bae Ball Team
'made a flying" trip to Wake Forest
aturday, leaving- Cliapel Hill at .9 "ets a hit an, 1 steals second. McKee
. M., and returning- atf P. M., out trom 'cond to first. Winston
patin"- the 'hard-hitting deep water scores )n Belden's' hit. Lawson
r. crm-e of 7 to 1 ill seven innmxrs I nK's out to Edwards
From the first inning the game
was never in doubt, Lawson having
the Wake Forest batters at his nier-
Score W. F. 1; U. N. C. 7.
Seventh InningWilliams strike
out. Parker frets n nrettv hi
r- - i - - " j
iyatid being well supported by the over short- Honeycutt and Reic
U. N. c.
best of the team. The
called at the end of seventh inning to
allow' Carolina to .catch the train.
First Inning Honeycutt gets
base on balls. " Reid hits to;Lav-
soti and a double play results Law-
son to Bel den to Winston. Ed
wards makes first on wild throw by
Hume, goes to second on hit by
Cog-gins, where he is caught nap- Rogers cf
RogersfHes out to centre. Wil- Belden, 2 u
son out at fi rst. i McKee gets first Lawson, r F
on Dans, ueiucii nies out to leu. . ;
Score W. F. 0; U. N. C. 0. u- 3 B
Second Inning Norfleet out from Graves, c
Belden to Winston. Sams, H. hit ,lsou- K-l-
1.., UUliA k.,11 iotai
to third on a hit by Sams O. and
scores on Lawson's wild throw to
Woodard out ou fly to Edwards
Hi nes strikes out" Graves gets base
on balls again. Wilson gets a hi
but Graves is caught on third.
Score. Wake Forest, 1; Caro
AB R MB SH PC) A E
AB R IstH SH PO A E
W. F. C
Honeycutt, L F
second. Belden's beautiful back- Edwards, p & 2 li
.... 1 wt'a I ("Wtrins. m& p
jiuj; up nciwuu saver a i 1111. v u- ao
liams and Parker out at first. ' R p
I Lawson out " at first. Woodard wiiiiams c F (Capt) 3
scracks out a hit to right. Hume SamsO, 3B :i
sacrifices him to second. Graves is Parker- s s 4
i'i tiTM i c i . t... 11 I Total 34
an. vvnsongoes to urst on nans,
, . Stolen Bases Carolina, o; Wake Forest, 1
Idling bases. Rogers gets lilt lore- Dolll)1e Plavs-Law.ii, Belden and Win
ing in Woodard." Capt. Winston stun. Bases on Balls-U. N. C, 4; W. F., 3.
fgets pretty hit scoring Graves and Bases on hit by pitched baii-u. N. C, 2; w,
iWl -o . , IF., 2. Struck out By Lawson, 7; Edwards,
I m iiawu. iugexs is Lniuvvn uui uu
attempting to steal third. .
Score W. F, 1; U. N. C. 3.
Third Inning Honeycutt gets a
base on balls and is thrown out at
second. Reid strikes out. Ed
wards and Coggins knock out two
hits but Coggins is caught napping
I by Lawson.
McKee gets a hit to right field
and steals second. Belden reaches
first on Norfleet's error, Lawson
cracks out a beauty over short, scor
ing- McKee and Belden. Woodard
3; Cog-gins, 1. Passed Ball Kied, 1.
Umpire, Mr. Dickson. Time of (fame two
The University Abroad.
There is a letter in a recent num
ber of the North Carolina Presby
terian written by Dr. Hoge, of Wil
mington, who is travelling with;
Dr. Alderman. Describing a cele
bration of Washington's birthday on
the Steamer "Aller," he says;--
4 'Notwithstanding the fatigue of
the day, we had an enthusiastic cel
ebration of Washington's birthday
in the saloon at night. Dr. Alder
man represented the South and fair
ly captured the assembly. For el
egance of manner, chastness of dic
tion, and beauty of thought, I have
never heard an address of the same
length that equalled it. One man
said he had bought timber lands in
North Carolina and now had more
confidence in his investment, while
congratulations kept up all the next
day. North Carolina stock was
above par, and North Carolinians
were in high feathers."
Will Work For Vanderbilt.
Mr. George Vanderbilt has directed
his forester to have taken and mount
ed specimens of the birds and amimals
found on the Biltmore estate. Mr.
T (i Pearson. Assistant Curator of
Graves goes to hrstfthe Biological Museum oi tne umver-
! Sewanee, Tenn.,
Mar. 25, 1S()S.
The new scholastic year at Sewanee
has just begun. As the larger part of
our students come from the South, the
founders of the University thought it
best to begin the year's work in March
and end it in the fall, thus giving the
students the benefit of the cool riioun
Rt. Rev.' Thos. F. Ciailor, D.D.,
present Bishop of Tennessee and at
one time Vice Chancellor of the Uni
versity of the South," has been invited
to deliver the commencement sermon
at the University of Alabama this
The course of lectures which 'has
always formed an important part of
the summer program, promises to be
of special interest this year, and from
tain air- in the summer and allowing- all indications the number of visitors
them to spend their vacation at home to the mountain will be unusually
in what is usually the pleasantest and birge.
healthiest time of the year. All the 1 he "Literary Magazine will con-
students have not yet returned, but tinue under the management of the
nidging from the number that has al- "Uielidon , edited by Mr. M. U. John-
rparlv n.niP.fmfirl.H with Wf nrps- stou; 1 rot. 1 rent wilheuit the "Ke-
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ent at the same time last year, the view' ; and Mr. K. W. liogue will be
prospect for an unusually prosperous the new editor-in-chief of the "Pur-
season is most flatterinir. The fact pie the hrst copy ot which will ap-
also that a large proportion of the pear about April 9th.
new students here has come from oth- The SEWANEE PuKPI.E.
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er colleges snows max ine peculiar au- University Dramatic Club
vantages wnicn sewanee mis xo oner Upon thc advent of Easter the
are necominsr Known anu ainretia- ,. , ...
rt 11 I Irama.r.ir I. Inn will nnrc ttinre ftn
li , i 1 mi i
, , . , , arK upon tne i nespian sea ana
' I 1., ,.t . ..j. :j.i a ...:n
T n Tna TJ A Pr,. f... lucu wavi: oi aiMuunit wicui mil,
mniK in the athlptir. world "T.adv no doubt, oear them on to success.
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Jayne", Princeton's star pitcher of '97. e ciuo leaves Chapel mil C5at
Having finished his academic course urday, April l)th, going to Winston,
at Princeton, he has now entered the where it will give a performance
Law Department of the University of Easter Monday night; then to
the South, and will no doubt be of Greensboro, Reidsville and Dan
great assistance to us in training the ville, Va., respectively.
fcJaseiiall and a oot Uall teams ot v. rpUfk t.u.r c Uatt . . ti.fi ufi
fore in the "Tar Heel," is a roar
ing of the students, presided over by
Mr. N. G. Johnston, was held at which
resolutions were passed in regard to
ing farce-comedy, entitled "A
Modern Ananias," by Jno. A. Fra-
.Hurne, and Graves go out in one,
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Score W. F. 1; U. N. C. 5.
Fourth Inning Wake Forest out
' quick succession.
Wilson strikes out. Rogers gets
i liit over short. Winston makes
heauty bunt hit hut Rogers is out
n attempt to score. Belden hits to
third who throws to Reid getting
Score W. F.U: U. N. C. 5.
j Fifth Iunlng Williams and Par
ser strike out. Honeycutt is hit by
jball but -Reid dies on first,
j Lawson reaches lirst on Parker's
H-ror. Woodardut on fly to left.
(Hume is'struck;in face by foul tip
i'it bluckily resumes playing and is
lut ;.t first. - Lawson scores on er-
For tiv Reid
the death of Mr. Louis Allen, of South ser' Jr" a talented playwright.
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Carolina, and the Rt. Rev. C. Quin- P 3 mosL piouuci-
tard, D. D. LL- D., Bishop of Tenn- ios of the kind, contains a well
essee and second founder of the Uni- conceived plot, which is intensely
versity. After this the Cuban situa- ludicrous from .beginning to end.
tion was warmly discussed and a tele- There is no distinctive star-part,
gram of some length sent President the lines being fairly equally dis
McKinley, commending his past tributed, but our only and inimita-
course but urging him to action and bj Cox b his exceediu''l V clever
assuring him of Sewanee's loyal sym- and uproariously funny delineation
pathy and support. , a , hllrwlrw1 nnnmi fnrv.v.
During- the winter arrangements . , , , .
CT CT I i' t'Mr nlr tumult nrhnv.i unilhru
were perfected by which the Univer- J . t
sity came into the possesion of the 4"" F'"-
magnificent hotel at Bridgeport, Ala., acme 01 ounesque conception.
alued at some $50000. The.furniture melliHuous accents will bring- tears
nd material of the building will be and laughter from any audience.
shipped to Sewanee and used in the The experience of the Xmas trip
erection of a large dormitory for Ju- has proved highly advantageous
nior students. Work has been begun to all the men. and oresent oros-
nd already several carloads of furni- pCCts argue that the Easter Trip
ture have arrived.. The dormitory w;ij excec(i even the success which
will be constructed according to the u , , . , , , ff ts ( the
latest and most approved plans and . . r irjti U;l,
. , V previous trip. Invaluable aid has
will materially add to the advantages , , , . , . .
,. . J. , ... been rendered the club by Mr.
or Sewanee student lite. , , , r
mm n I. i, i-i i. i. u Cowan, our talented teacher or ex
The Base Ball candidates have be- ".""
gun practicing and, in the opinion of Passion, he having infused br.llian- .
many, Sewanee's team of '98 will be cy and vigor into the various char
by far the best in her history. An es- acters.
pecially good feature is the abundance The cast of characters is as fol
of pitching material, for the lack of lows: '
which Sewanee has at times suffered. Lysander Lyon, with a fertile im
Mr. J. N. Selden will both captain agination, R. S. Busbee.
and manage the team with Mr. J. H. ol. lvyon, wan a rorgning u -
Brown as ass'
of last year's ph
baXls but Wilson strikes out
ScoriVW. F. 1 U. N. C. 6
sity, has been employed to
work in taxidermy
ss't. manager. Nearly all, position; Lysander 's uncle.-G. B
i -1, i Pond. Derby Dash wood, with a
s players have returned t. , T 1 i....
I'icauiny accent; lysanuei j cia
mate, R. E. Follin, Francisco,
with an elastic conscience; Lysan
der's valet, P. S. Cotten. Baby,
with the soubriquet of "Little
Tootsy wootsv;" Lysander's step
daughter W. G. Cox. Nellie
Goldengate, of Sanfrancisco; the
Colonel's ward R. M. Rawls.
Prudence Mayflower with New En
gland notions; Nellie's friend, D.
and there are several experienced can
didates who have played on teams of
Rev. W. A, Guerry, M.A. B.D.,
was called during the winter to the
rectorship of St. Luke's Church, At
lanta; Grace Church Charleston; and
Christ Church Cathedral, New Or
leans. He has decided, however, to
retain his present position as chaplain
of the University.