THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, October 25th, 1898.
Carolina Plays a Slow Game Against
Greensboro. Too Many Fumbles.
The 'Varsity played her third
game last Thursday afternoon with
the team from the Greensboro Ath
letic Association. The game was
slow and totally uninteresting with
the exception of a few pretty runs
around the ends. As was the case
in the Guilford game Carolina fum
bled too much at times when funi
cs were costly. The Greensboro
team was very heavy and greatly
outweighed the 'Varsity.
The playing of Cunningham at
centre and his tackling in the first
half' were especially conspicuous.
Rogers tackled well and made a
beautiful run in the first half.
Howell also made several pretty
runs around right end. For
Greensboro Daniels played the star
game. His breaking through the
line was especially disastrous to
the 'Varsity. Devin also played
good ball, making several good
gains through our line.
Twenty and fifteen minute halves
The line up was as follows;
U. N. C.
R. H. B.
E. H. B.
Touchdowns-Howell 2. Goals-Graves 1.
Officials- Referee. Dr. Barkerville; Umpire,
Mr. Stephens; Linesmen, Messrs. Gruver
and Carr, J. R. Time keepers; Biggs and
The game was called at 2 o'clock.
Greensboro wins the toss and
chooses the East goal.
Carolina kicks 10 yards and Ben
nett falls on ball, Buxton makes 2
yards. Ball is then fumbled by Bux
ton but Kluttz falls on it. Graves
then kicks ten yards and Daniels
falls on it. Greensboro's ball.
Wharton makes I yard. Devin then
kicks 25 yards and Rogers makes a
fair catch. Carolina kicks 30 yards
and Greensboro gets the ball. De
vin kicks 25 yards and Carolina gets
the ball in a scrimage. Buxton
makes 4 yards and Bennett 2. Ball
fumbled. Greensboro falls on it.
Wharton makes 3.1 yards. Devin
makes 3 yards then Greensboro is
thrfown back 3 yards. Devin kicks
lyarcls. mutaugui, uy "ia"-
d advanced 4 yards. tloweii
kes 3 yards. Howell then skirts
riJht end for 27 yards. Buxton
Is to train. Buxton makes 3.2
yaVls. Carolina fails to gain. Ball
Rollover to Greensboro, Carolina
faiBliff to gain her required yards.
hiton makes 1J yards and Devin
;ajs through line for 13 yards-
fumbles, Greensboro regain
the ball in the scrimmage.
io-ht makes 3 yards. Daniels 2J
0 ' . . T-
G. A. A.
yafds. Wharton 4 yards. Rey
nolds 1Z yards. Lewis, Greens
boro's quarter, is hurt in this rush.
Come takes Gilmer's place at right
end, Gilmer going to quarter. Rey
nolds is then thrown back by Ben
nett and the ball fumbled Carolina
getting it. Howell fails to gain
Carolina fumbles, Greensboro gets
the ball. Greensboro makes for
ward pass ball goes over to Caroli
na. Buxton makes 4 yards. How
ell makes A yards. Howell makes
10 yards around right end. Caro
lina misses signal and loses 4. yards.
Carolina fumbles and Phifer falls
on the ball. Graves then kicks 18
yards and ball goes out of bounds.
Greens boro's ball. Devin makes 3
yards through line. Devin V2 yards
then Greensboro on fake kick fum
bles and Phifer falls on the ball for
Carolina. Buxton makes-2a yards.
Howell makes 1.! yards. Here Gra
ves tries goal from field but Whar
ton blocks kick and falls on the
ball. Reynolds makes 2 yaeds.
Devin makes 3 yards. Wright
makes A yard. Devin then attempts
a kick but Bennett blocks it, and
Greensboro gets the ball in scrim
mage. Devin kicks, The ball is
caught by Rogers who by a beauti
ful run, brings it back 35 yards.
Howell makes 10 yards. Howell
makes 2 yards. Buxton makes 4
yards. Buxton 1 yard. Ball fum
bled Buxton gets it. Greensboro
off side Carolina given 5 yards.
Elowell makes 1 yard. Buxton A
yards and Howell goes over for a
Time 19 minutes.
Graves misses goal.
Daniels kicks from centre of field
30 yards. Ball returned by Graves
35 yards. Devin catches and ad
vances 10 yards.
Time up for first half.
Daniels kicks off from centre of
field 30 yards. Kluttz advances 10
yards. Ball fumbled and Gilmer
falls on it for Greensboro. Wright
fails to gain being thrown back by
Phifer. Phifer stops him again for
no gain. Devin fails to gain. Dev
in fails to gain and ball goes over
liuxtou maices t yarus. Caroli
na 10 yards. Howell loses 1 yard.
Howell makes 6 yards around right
end. Howell makes 8 yards. Car
olina makes 2 yards. Ball fumbled
and Greensboro gets it.
Wharton makes 4 yards. Rey
nolds makes 3 yards. Wright fails
to gain. Deniels makes 2 yards.
Devin makes 3 yards. Wharton is
then thrown back by Miller 5
yards. Devin kicks and Rogers
brings the ball back 15 yards. Bali
fumbled Miller falls on it. Buxton
loses 1 yard. Buxton makes 2
yards. Graves kicks 45 yards be
Touchback. Greensboro kicks
from 25 yard line 45 yards. Graves
brings it back 15 yards. West
takes Harry's place at R. T.
Howell then makes a beautiful run
of 40 yards around right end for a
Time 10 minutes.
Graves kicks goal.
Score: Carolina 11 Greensboro 0.
Copeland takes Buxton's place ;t
R. H. B. and Martin takes Rogers'
place at Quarter.
Daniels kicks 45 yards. Copeland
brings ball back 20 yards. Cope-
makes 5 yards. Ball fumbled but
Carolina gets it after losing 5
yards. Howell makes 2 yards
Graves kicks bt ball is blocked and
Greensboro gets it. Devin makes
yards. Devin makes one 1 yard
Devin fails to gain. Ball goes ove:
to Carolina on downs. Copelaiu
makes 2 yards. Howell loses ;
yard. Graves kicks but ball is
blocked and Martin falls on it.
Copeland makes 4 yards. Cope
land makes yard. Howell makes
10 yards. Graves kicks 30 yards.
Greensboro gets it. Devin hits
line for 9 yards. Devin again
makes 3', yardr. Devin makes 2
yards. Wharton makes 3 yards.
Time is called with the ball in
the middle of the field.
Despite the exceedingly unfavor
able weather a goodly number of
our State's fairest daughters came
up to attend the October dance giv
en by the German Club on last Fri
Indeed wet weather and intermed
iate Germans have almost become
synonymous expressions on the hill.
However those who were so fort
unate as to be present Friday even
ing spent a most delightful evening
"tripping the light fantastic" and
were well repaid for their attend
The Raleigh band furnished the
music for the occasion, and under the
skilful and efficient leadership of
Mr. H. C. Cowles, Jr., ably assist
ed by floor managers, Moore and
Woodard, some very pretty and in
tricate figures were danced during
the course of the evening.
The following is a list of those
couples present :
M. Bellamy, Jr., with Miss Rawles
C. S. Alston
R. H. Graves
A. I. Berkeley "
E. M. Land
G. G. Stephens
Geo. Chad bourn "
H. M. London
J. D. Grimes
Ed. Joyner ,,
C. S. Mangum
R. S. McEachern "
R. G. Davis
Stags : Messrs.
Moore, Clark, Taylor, Carr, J. S.,
Carr, J. R., Patterson, Brown,
Makely and Carr, A. M.
Chaperones ; Mrs. Hume, Mrs.
iore, Mrs. Wetmore, Mrs. McRae,
and Dr. and Mrs. Baskerville.
For a Taylor-made suit go to
J, K, Fhysioc, Raleigh,
October Number of the MajcazJne.
We have before us the October
number of the North Carolina Uni
This is the first issue under the
new management. It is a credit to
Editor Wilson. It contains several
articles of permanent interest and
importance. Of these the opening
irticle, "Knighthood and Nobility
in America," may be mentioned as
of especial interest, not only to the
students and friends of the Univer
sity, but to the general reader as
It deals with the efforts made at
different times to establish titles of
nobility, aristocratic societies and
such things, on the American con
tinent. Some ridiculous and comic,
some serious. Six of these attempts
are spoken of under the heads, "First
American Lord," "The Albion
Knights of the Conversion of Twenty-three
Kings," "The Illustrious
Order of The Golden Calf," "Lock's
Grand Model," "Transmontane
Order of the Knight of the Golden
Horse-shoe," and the "Society of
the Cincinnati," After a brief his
torical sketch of each, the writer
shows how they found in the great
free American continent a hostile
soil, in which such societies could '
not find root.
An article of some, literary merit
is the "Allegory in Tennyson's
All students of literature are in
terested in this great poem. The
writer of this critical essay shows
that he has made a clear study of
his subject and treats it in a strong
During the summer, while the
hundreds of students were scattered
over the entire state enjoying their
holiday, there came sad news from
Chapel Hill Wilson Caldwell had
died and all those who knew him
felt that one had departed from our
midst whose place could not be fill
ed. And so it is but fitting that
our leading college publication
should contain a sketch of one who
served us so faithfully. "Wilson
Caldwell" is the title of an article
which will attract the attention and
interest ot hundreds of students aud
alumni. It is on account of the
funeral services of a faithful servant,
and contains an extract of the speech
made by-his old friend, Dr. Batlle,
which adds a double interest to the
The only attempt at fiction in this
issue is the tragic story of the love
of two young mountaineers for a
beautiful mountain girl.
Another article of interest to the
studentof literature is, "The Idyllic
Note in Adam Bede," Jt is well
written and shows a keen insight in
to the author's purpose in her great
novel, "Adam Bede."
"Helbeck of Bannisdale," Mrs.
Humphrey Ward's latest novel is
reviewed. The reviwer does his
work well. "College Record" and
"Alumni Notes" contain the usual
interesting monthly review of the