THE TAR HEELo
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, i C, April 13th, 1898.
, urinTlii imiIUM
First Lafayette Game.
fjniversity Boys Defeated for the
Tuesday was a-cold.wet day and
fverybody felt like anything but basen
loll Nevertheless, a tairly srood
i frowd was out to see. Lafayette adniin
'ster to Carolina her lirst cleteat ot the
oninti. Carolina started out in the
ncr soon gave Lafayette the leadi
Vhich they kept till the end. The
fVarsity was weakened considerably
fy the absence of Woodard and Belden
iut that was no excuse lor the "prep-j
ichool" ball game she put up.
Geo. Stephens called the game at
45 with Carolina at the bat.
Rogers gets hit by pitched ball and
.Vim stnn is out on foul to Hublv. Mc
Kee hits safe to right and he and Rog
rs scores on Lawson's two bagger to
'eft and Lawson scores on Hume's hit
;o centre; Graves gets base on ball and
waltney and Tate retire the side.
Lafayette at the bat. Hill walks
lad Reese is hit by pitched ball.
Walbridge and Bray fly out to Rogers
nd McKee. Worthington walks and
Iubley" flies out to Hume.
Lafayette 0 N. C. 3.
Carolina, in. . Hines fans and Rog
Irs o-ets hit-bv pitcher. Winston flies
r o r
Iut to .Walbridge and McKee hits safe
:o right... Lawson retires side.
Lafayette up. Laner hits to Hume
yho fumbles and Laner is safe. Kel-
fhner out to Graves, and Clark hits to
JVinston, who cuts Laner off at sec
end. Hill walks and Reese hits to
Winston, who makes a beauty stor
ettinsr Hill out at second.
Score Lafayette 0. N. C.3.
Hume eets safe bunt and Graves
Strikes out. Gwaltney flies out to
Reese, and Hume scores oil Tate's safe
lit to left. Hines retires the side from
Walbridge to liirst.
I Lafayette in. Walbridge hit by
pitcher and scores on a pretty three
lagger by Bray, who scores on passed
fall. Worthington out to Lawson and
Hublev walks on four balls. Laner
fut to Tate. Kelchner hit by pitcher.
Hubley steals third and scores on wild
hrow and Clarke retires side from
inston to Graves.
Score Lafayette 3, N. C. 4.
Rogers hits beauty to left but is
?aught stealing second. Winston out
to Laner and McKee fans.
f Lafayette in. Hill out from Hines'
h Graves. Reese hits s
Sn Walbrid fire's safe hit. Bray hits
Safe to left scoring Walbridge. Wor
kington gets safe hit to left. Hubly
fafe on McKee's error and Laner fans.
jelchner hits through Winston, Bray
nd Worthington scoring. Clarke
fits safe to right scoring Hubley!
fhuVHill hits safe to right seoringiL
feicnner and Clarke.
feese's safe hit to left.
Hill scores on
its safe to rig-ht and Reese scores.
falbridge out at third.
Lafayette 12, N. C. 4.
box for Carolina
Hubley safe on shor
strikes out. Kelchner hits safe to
centre scoring Hubly. Clarke out to
Lafayette 13, N. C. 4.
Carolina tip. Hines hits safe t
centre. Rogers strikes out and Hines
scores on Winston's two bagger. Mc
Kee hits safe to centre. Lawson hits
but to ritrht scoring- Winston. Hume
out from short to first.
Lafayette at bat. Hill out from
Lawson to Graves. Reese srets first
on error and Walbridge hits safe t
J ? 1 11 i t , t
centre. jray nits to snort and on
wild throw home Reese and Walbridge
score. Worthintrton strikes out and
Hubley out from pitcher to first.
; Lafeyette 15, N." C.6.
Graves strikes out and Gwaltney
walks. Tate and Hines retire the
I Laner out to pitcher Kelchner hits
safe to left. Clarke hits through
short and Kelchner is thrown out at
third. Clarke scores on Hill's safe hit
to left. Reese hits, safe to left and
Hill scores on wild throw over second.
Walbridge safe at first on error by
short while he and Reese score on
Bray's hit to centre.
afe on Winston's error
flies out to Tate.
( Lafayette 19, N. C. 6.
, 8th Inning
Rogers out to Reese. Winston
walks. McKee sacrifices, and Law
son safe on pitcher's error, Winstotira
scoring. iiume nits sale to left and
Lawson out at third.
Lafayette in. Laner hit by pitcher.
Kelchner hits to pitcher which results
in double play- to Winston to Graves
Clarke retires side.
Lafayette V), N. C. 7.
Carolina's last chance. GravesH
walks. Gwaltney out at first and
Tate hits safe to centre, scoring Gra
ves. Hines walks. Rogrers hits!
through right, scoring Tate, while
Wortlnngton fansSeCon(j Lapayette GamC
rt s error. Lanerg , . J
Carolina Redeems Herself
Wednesday was a pretty day
ouefh a little cool for base ball.
Carolina was strengthened by
Woodard and Belden being able to
take their places, Capt. Winston
-oin- back to first base. Carolina
i i j .i, . ' j i it. .
started tne "time wiin ine same
carelessness which characterized
the Tuesday's game but soon
nulled "together 'and played her
game fill the finish. '
t ii i r i i 1
in i. ne aijsence or veo. cuemiens
Coach Reynolds called the (fame at
1;45 and umpired until Stephens ar
Carolina chose the field and Hil
took the, bat for Lafayette. He
started the ball rolling with a twd
)ar-er to left. Reese rets first on
Lawson's error and Walbridsre
walks. Bray hits safe to left scor
TT . , . XTT it J j 1 i
ino- nm.; v ortinnrton strutes out
and Hubley safe on Belden V error
Reese scores. Kelchner hits td
Woodard, who throws Walbridg-t
but in home. Laner hits to Hume
A SAD DEATH
and Bray scores on his error. Hub-
Worthino-toniy crossed home plate on passed
and Hubleyiball. JNevins flies out to VVilliams.
Rog-ers up for Carolina but is out
at hrst. Winston sate on VVal-
brigfe's wild throw and McKee Hies
out to Bray, who catches Winston
Score L. 4: N. C. 0.
2nd Inning-. Hill up again and
walks. Reese out from Belden to
Winston. Walbridafe hits to short
, TT'11 1'
stop, xiiu scoring on vvoouaru s er
ror. Bray hits to shortstop, and
side is retired by a double from
Woodard to Belden to Winston.
Carolina in and Belden, Lawson
jgand Woodard go out in quick sue
Score L. 5; N.- C O.
3rd Inning. Worthington strikes
Winston and McKee retire the sidegjout and Belden throws Hubley out
ending the sad tale.
Lafayette 19, N. C. 9.
U. N. C. ABR IstB
Rogers c f 4 11
Winston 2b 6 2 1
McKee If 0 13
Lawson r f & p S 1 2
ITiune 3b 5 13
Graves lb 2 10
1 Gwaltney c 4 0 0
f Tate p & r f 5 I 3
I Hines s s 4 11
1 Total 43 9 14
AB K IstB SH PO
Hill 2b 4 2
Reese If 5 4
Walbridge as a 4
Bray cf 5 2
Worthington r f S 1
HHubleySb ,; 4 3
aner lb 5 0
Kelchner c 5 1
Clarke p 6 2
Total 45 19
2 Base Hits Winston, Lawson and Bray.
3 Base Hits Bray. Stolen Bases N. C. 13.
Lafayette 7. Double Plays Lawson in
ston Graves. Bases on balls 1 ate larK
5. lilt dy t'licnea umi u iaic , uy womc
jjLawson gets first on Walbridge's er
fr, and Walbridge catches Hume's fly,
graves walks and Gwaltney is out toH3.. Struck out by Tate 1, Lawson,3;by Clarke
Jsht. Tate hits safe to right and6i Passed Balls Gwaltney 2, Kelchner 2
?awson IS out at home. Hwild Pitches Tate 1. Time of Game 2 hrs.
I Lafayette up. Lawson goes in theljUmpire Stephens,
at first. Kelchner safe on Hume's
wild throw and Laner hits safe to
right but is thrown out at second.
Ksj For Carolina Hume hits sate td
ljfcentreand is sacrificed by Gwaltney
to second. Hume scores on hit toft
centre by Williams, who goes to
third on Roger's sacrifice. Win
ston hits safe to centre scoring Wil
liams. McKee out to Laner.
Score L. 5; N. C. 2.
4th iunir.g Hume in a pretty run
Stakes in Neviu's foui and Hill is
'out from Lawson to Winston. Reese
is hit by ball and Walbridge hits a
hot one through Woodard. Bray!
out to McKee.
Belden pops out to Kelchner.
Lawson is safe on Hill's error and
Woodard hits safe to right. Law
son scores on passed ball and Hume
hits to Walbridire who cuts off
Woodard at home. Gwaltnev out
Score L. 5; N. C. 3.
St.h Inninf Worthtnirton out
from Lawson to Winston. Hubley
!out to Belden and Kelchner is hit by
ball. Laner falls.
Williams bunts safe and goes to
Continued to fourth page.
Youtig Mr. Whitehead Passed Away
It is with deepest sorrow that we
chronicle the death of our fellow
student Mr. Edwin A. Whitehead.
which occurred in the Infirmary at
one o'clock Sunday morning. Mr.
Whitehead was a son of Mr. W. T.
Whitehead, of Scotland Neck, Hal-
fax County. He entered the Uni
versity as a freshman last Septem
ber. He was a young man of re
markably fiue physique, being a'bout
fjsix teet tan ana weighing lo
pounds, and played on the '01 foot
ball team. On the fourth day of
March he was taken sick with acute
rheumatic fever. He was soon re
moved from his room to the Infir
mary, where he received the tender-
est care and closest attention. His
case continued to grow worse, and
his father and two brothers, one of
whom is a practicing physician in
Suffolk, Va., were called to his bed
side, it soon became evident that
human skill could lie of no avail,
and on Sunday night after an ill
ness of nearly six weeks, he suc
cumbed to the LTeat destroyer.
The doctors said he died of endo
carditis, a complication of the pri
mary disease. On Monday morn
ing at eight o'clock a short but im
pressive service was held in the In
firmary bw Dr. Hume, after which
the body, followed by a large con
course of students and members of
the faculty, was borne to the rail
way station to be taken to his home
Mr. Whitehead had been for sev
eral years a consistent member of
the Baptist Church, and while at
the University, attended its services
IS with rrnnii1mi riiruln rit.v. ft Is
the misfortune of the writer not to
have known Mr. Whitehead person
ally. The many who did know him
speak in highest terms of his spot
less character and noble disposition.
We extend our most heartfelt sym
pathy to the sorrowing family.
Cadets from U. N. C.
It is gratifying to all of us to hear
of the success of old U. N. C. boys.
No matter if they were in college be
fore our day, we have a sort of broth-
Jerly feeling---a feeling of kinship to
wards them that makes us rejoice at
their good fortune and take pride in
their achievements. Prof. Gore read
a letter at chapel exercises one morn
ing last week that he had just receiv
ed from W. C. Harllee, ex-', now a
member of the graduating class at
In referring to the high standing
taken 'by the University boys at the
Military Academy, Mr. Harllee said
that E. P. Wooten, ex-'97, also a mem
ber of the senior class, is regarded as
the brightest man who has ever enter
ed West Point. Not only does He lead
his class but he is the most popular
man in the corps. He said also that
R N. Cooke. ex-'. and W. G. Peace,
ex-'98, stand very high in their class
es. Prof. Gore also slated that he had
been informed that W. H. Ferguson,
Jr. and II. T. Winston, both ex-mem
bers of the class of u)7, led ttitir ciass
in mathematics and drawing, respect
ively, in the March examinations at
the Naval Academy.